FOOT IN MOUTH SYNDROME.
Have you ever made a verbal blunder at work place and desperately regretted later ?
If your answer is “Yes” , then you are infected with what is known as “Foot in Mouth Disease FMD” Or “Foot in Mouth Syndrome (FMS).
This presentation deals with communication disorders in workplace where you tend to be over impulsive either in conversation or action and end up in a messy situation.
I attempted to classify the “Foot in Mouth” syndrome into four categories and in which category the majority of the working class stands. It also tells the dangerous zones when an employee loosens his tongue and the precautions he should take to stay clear of controversies.
You will find the presentation useful. Please post your comments.
Sambasi

From India, Madras

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Foot In Mouth Syndrome1.pdf (600.2 KB, 162 views)

kknair
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Dear Sambasi, Wonderful, you have aptly brought out the essence of FMS. Usually people get carried away when they are in a spiteful mood or when they are exhilarated and are unable to contain themselves. They get a feeling that they can get away with anything and later had to repent for long. Many many compliments for your efforts.
KK

From India, Bhopal
Thank you all.
It seems that I was having FIM problem when I started this thread. There are typographical errors in title and in attachment which I realized later.
Result - I am embarrassed.
Thanks once again for your appreciations and feedback.
Sambasi

From India, Madras
Well said and worth focusing to avoid potential damage. since the speed of thougfht is much more than the speed of spoken words one has to have a break on delivery of words.This is a preventive disordser.
Keep posting such stimulating mails.
Dhiren Vyas

From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Sambasi,
Really enjoyed your FIM presentation, we always talk about communication but rarely do we see a presentation that touches the
core of poor communication. I am sure that this will be very useful to some people who spend hours wondering where they went wrong and what to do about it.
regards,
Manju Saigal

From India, Dehra Dun
Excellant presentation.i did face such situation and most of the time it was unconciou swith consequences.key is to be awre of it.awareness is the key.some people have it naturally.every individual wilkl havethis fim with a varied degree.this gives an insight to control the damage
From India

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